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Thirty-Year Rate Jumps Back Up Above 4% Mark in One Week's Time

 The run for below-four-percent 30-year mortgage rates was short-lived. After a history-making drop to 3.94 percent last week, Freddie Mac has recorded an 18 basis point jump in the average interest rate on a conventional fixed-rate mortgage with a 30-year term. The GSE says the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.12 percent (0.8 point) for the week ending October 13, coming off last week's record low in which the 30-year rate dipped below the 4 percent mark for the first time ever. The 30-year rate is not too far off of levels since last year at this time, when it was averaging 4.19 percent.

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